Dear Patient,

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) begins to have an increased impact on our community, we want to reassure you and share more about the steps we are taking across our offices to help our patients, our employees, and our community stay safe and healthy.The health and safety of our patients and employees has always been our top priority and this is a rapidly-evolving situation that we will continue to monitor.

We are taking the following precautions to prevent the spread of the virus. 

  • Our offices are cleaned and sanitized multiple times throughout the day as part of our normal course of business. 
  • Our patient exam rooms are cleaned and sanitized after each patient. 
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers have been placed throughout the counters and waiting rooms for your convenience.
  • Employees are reminded to use the proper hand washing techniques and we have posted proper hand washing techniques at all sinks.
  • CDC education notices have been placed in all waiting areas and patient rooms
  • Employees showing any signs of illness are instructed not to report to work and will be excused.

All of these practices are following the CDC and WHO guidance and recommendations, along with guidance from local, U.S. government and public health agencies.

If you are experiencing the symptoms of a cold or the flu, if you think you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, or if you have traveled out of the country in the last two weeks to an impacted area, we ask that you please reschedule your appointment. 

We are happy to assist you with rescheduling your appointment to a later date by contacting us via patient portal or calling our office of choice. 

18626 Hardy Oak Office, Suite 300, SA 210-495-9047

18626 Hardy Oak Physical Therapy, Suite 200, SA 210-293-2941

9150 Huebner Office, Suite 290, SA 210-614-6432

9150 Huebner Physical Therapy, Suite 290, SA 210-615-3566

12602 Toepperwein Rd., Suite 212, SA 210-657-6948

861 Landa Street, New Braunfels 830-609-3800

2003 Medical Parkway, Ste A, San Marcos 512-392-5359

417 S. King, Seguin 210-495-9047

10323 State Highway 151, SA 210-614-6432

204 W. Windcrest ST., Fredericksburg 210-614-6432

134 Menger Springs, Suite 1210, Boerne 210-614-6432

1200 Brooklyn Suite 130, SA 210-495-9047

South Texas Spinal Clinic

Board Certified Physicians Located in San Antonio and South Texas

The goal of the doctors, nurses, and staff at the South Texas Spinal Clinic is to provide the very best orthopedic care to the communities of San Antonio and South Texas. Through excellent communication and consistent interaction between the staff and patient, the care at each of the 11 locations of South Texas Spinal Clinic is both professional and compassionate.

The healthcare professionals at South Texas Spinal Clinic are thoroughly trained and educated in orthopedic medicine, spinal orthopedic medicine, physical medicine, and rehabilitation, allowing them to bring a combination of considerable experience and expertise to every patient.

The team at South Texas Spinal Clinic has extensive experience in treating almost every musculoskeletal and orthopedic issue. They specialize in both medical and surgical management of back and neck disorders or injuries, herniated discs resulting in arm or leg pain, scoliosis, traumatic bone fractures, total joint replacement, rotator cuff repair, sports medicine injuries, and repair of damaged cartilage and ligaments (to name just a few).

The surgeons use the latest state-of-the-art techniques to perform minimally invasive surgery, microendoscopic discectomy, interbody fusions, partial and total joint replacement, and arthroscopic sports medicine surgery of the knee and shoulder.

Outside of surgery, South Texas Spinal Clinic offers expert treatments for a range of musculoskeletal injuries, including ultrasound-guided epidural spinal injections, facet joint injections, electromyography, plasma-rich platelet therapy, and stem cell injections.

One of the keys to successfully treating musculoskeletal issues is physical therapy, which the clinics provide. This service is designed to improve mobility, strength, confidence and, perhaps most important, protect against future problems.

For the best in individualized and compassionate orthopedic care, partner with South Texas Spinal Clinics. To learn more, call or use the online scheduling tool to get started.

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South Texas Spinal Clinic

The goal of the doctors, nurses, and staff at the South Texas Spinal Clinic is to provide the very best orthopedic care to the communities of San Antonio and South Texas. Through excellent communication and consistent interaction between the staff and patient, the care at each of the 11 locations of South Texas Spinal Clinic is both professional and compassionate.

The healthcare professionals at South Texas Spinal Clinic are thoroughly trained and educated in orthopedic medicine, spinal orthopedic medicine, physical medicine, and rehabilitation, allowing them to bring a combination of considerable experience and expertise to every patient.

The team at South Texas Spinal Clinic has extensive experience in treating almost every musculoskeletal and orthopedic issue. They specialize in both medical and surgical management of back and neck disorders or injuries, herniated discs resulting in arm or leg pain, scoliosis, traumatic bone fractures, total joint replacement, rotator cuff repair, sports medicine injuries, and repair of damaged cartilage and ligaments (to name just a few).

The surgeons use the latest state-of-the-art techniques to perform minimally invasive surgery, microendoscopic discectomy, interbody fusions, partial and total joint replacement, and arthroscopic sports medicine surgery of the knee and shoulder.

Outside of surgery, South Texas Spinal Clinic offers expert treatments for a range of musculoskeletal injuries, including ultrasound-guided epidural spinal injections, facet joint injections, electromyography, plasma-rich platelet therapy, and stem cell injections.

One of the keys to successfully treating musculoskeletal issues is physical therapy, which the clinics provide. This service is designed to improve mobility, strength, confidence and, perhaps most important, protect against future problems.

For the best in individualized and compassionate orthopedic care, partner with South Texas Spinal Clinics. To learn more, call or use the online scheduling tool to get started.


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Own the Bone Program


The American Orthopaedic Association (AHA) recognizes that outstanding medical practices don't just treat fragility fractures - they prevent them from recurring. That's why the AHA developed the OWN THE BONE program for high performing institutions. The OWN THE BONE program is a national quality improvement initiative that provides tools and a web-based registry to ensure that fragility fracture patients receive bone health care to help prevent future fractures. We are proud to announce that the South Texas Fracture Prevention Clinic at the South Texas Spinal Clinic has now successfully qualified and enrolled in the OWN THE BONE program. We are one of only fourteen institutions in the entire country to meet the requirements for this program in 2019.

Each year, the AHA recognizes and designates institutions that achieve compliance of 75% or higher on at least five critical fracture prevention measures as STAR PERFORMERS. We look forward to setting the pace for fracture preventions institutions in the coming year and being designated as a STAR PERFORMER in the prestigious OWN THE BONE program. You can learn more about OWN THE BONE Click Here

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Major Insurance Providers Accepted


At South Texas Spinal Clinic, we accept most major insurance plans. Here is a list of some of the plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed.

Aetna
Amerigroup
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
Humana
Medicaid
Medicare
Molina Healthcare
Superior HealthPlan
United Healthcare
WellCare
WellMed